What is Vachanagalu?

What is Vachanagalu?

vachanagalu means the quotes or meaning full sentences which was wrote by our ancients.

Who is the guru of basavanna?


Jagajyotil Basava
Religion Hinduism (Lingayatism)
Sect Lingayat (Sharana)
Known for Socio-religious reforms, Anubhava Mantapa, Vachana literature Women Empowerment movement in south India
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Who is the father of vachana in Kannada?

Dr Phakirappa Gurubasappa Halakatti
Complete answer: The father of Vachana Sahitya is considered to be Dr Phakirappa Gurubasappa Halakatti. Dr Phakirappa Gurubasappa Halakatti was a writer of Kannada and an Indian scholar. He was known for the Vachana Sahitya resurrection.

How many types of Vachanagalu are there?

‘Vachanas’ now available in 10 different languages.

How many Vachanagalu are there?

About 22,000 vachanas have been published. The government of Karnataka has published Samagra Vachana Samputa in 15 volumes.

Who is Channamallikarjuna?

In Akka Mahadevi’s case, she uses the name Chennamallikarjuna to refer to the god Shiva. The name Chennamallikarjuna can be variously translated, but the most well-known translation is by the scholar and linguist A.K. Ramanujan, who interprets it as ‘Lord, white as jasmine’.

What is the penname of Akkamahadevi?

Akka Mahadevi, like other Sharana, wrote ‘Vachanas’ under the pen name ‘Channamallikarjuna’ instilling security in the minds of women.

Where did Basavanna born?

Basavana Bagewadi, IndiaBasava / Place of birth

When was Basavanna born?

1134Basava / Date of birth

Who is vachana Pitamaha?

Halakattis contribution to Kannada culture and literature was hailed and honored by a grateful society. Thus, he was known as Vachana Pitamaha or Father of Vachana.

Who were Vachanakaras?

Vachanakaras are poets who penned vachanas (aphoristic poetry) and formed the backbone of the Veerashaiva movement of Basavanna in the 12th century. There were several vachanakaras in the run-up to the 12th century Veerashaiva movement, which is said to have drawn from its forerunners.